Advocating For Nursing Home Injury Victims

Sometimes, negligence at long-term care facilities occurs because the owners choose to put profit above the welfare of the residents. More often, nursing home negligence is completely unintentional, stemming from overworked staff who simply can't oversee everything at once.

In either case, your elderly family members don't deserve to be ignored or mistreated. You spend a considerable about of money each year for good care, and your loved one deserves to receive that care.

Turn to Brenna Boyce for skilled legal counsel and advocacy. We are passionate about obtaining justice for the injured and wronged throughout New York. Based in Rochester, our team of attorneys brings extensive trial experience and compassion to these sensitive cases.

Handling Everything From Poor Nutrition To Physical Abuse

The attorneys at Brenna Boyce have the skill and empathy to effectively resolve a wide range of cases involving nursing home negligence and abuse. Such cases may involve:

  • Falls and broken bones
  • Malnutrition
  • Dehydration
  • Bed sores/decubitus ulcers
  • Infections
  • Medication errors
  • Poor diabetic care
  • Physical, sexual or financial abuse
  • Elopement/wandering off
  • Improper use of restraints
  • Fatal accidents/wrongful death

For The Elderly, A Fall Can Be A Traumatic Event

Falls are one of the leading causes of injury for older adults. Brittle bones break easily and rarely heal quickly, leading to all kinds of potential complications.

Although not every fall can be anticipated or prevented, nursing home staff do have the responsibility to take appropriate precautions. Such precautions may include:

  • Installing bed rails, bed alarms, call buttons and other safety devices
  • Ensuring that all floors are clean, dry and free of tripping hazards
  • Training staff on how to correctly transfer residents
  • Supervising residents who need to use the restroom

Contact Our Rochester Firm Today

To set up a free initial consultation with one of our lawyers, call Brenna Boyce at 585-454-2000 or contact us online. We are here to help.